INTERVIEW: Nick Schendzielos Talks Up The Comeback of Job For a Cowboy, and The “Moon Healer” Album

Ghost Cult Keefy caught up with Nick Schendzielos of Job For a Cowboy, who are releasing their comeback album “Moon Healer” on February 23rd, 2024 via Metal Blade Records! Nick went deep into the concept of the album, the sequel to 2014s “Sun Eater” and how the band worked on the tracks for the new record. Nick also chatted about the bands’ move away from Deathcore in their early days, writing with drummer Navene Koperweis (of labelmates Entheos, ex-Animals As Leaders), bass guitar mastery, some details for the next JFAC releases, and much more!Continue reading

END OF YEAR GUEST POST: Justin Pierrot of Stormland – Top 15 Albums of 2023

We are still wrapping up all the goodness of 2023 with some fun guest posts from bands, friends, and fiends! Check out this list from Mobile-suit Gundam-inspired Technical Death Metal artist Justin Pierrot of Stormland! Justin is working on a new release for 2024, following his stellar last album, The Human Cost!

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CONCERT REVIEW: Lorna Shore – Currents – Rivers Of Nihil – Varials – Entheos Live at The Worcester Palladium

Ahhh, Christmas time. A time when the family gets together, sits by the fire, trade stories back and forth… and moshes. That’s right folks, it may have been 5 days before Christmas but that didn’t stop Will and the boys from putting together a handful of Christmas shows complete with deathcore Christmas trees and lights a plenty!Continue reading

Lorna Shore Books Christmas Shows ft. Currents, Rivers of Nihil, Varials, and Entheos


Lorna Shore has booked three Christmas shows this December! The shows are dubbed A Lorna Shore Christmas and the first will take place at the Worcester Palladium, with the other two at The Paramount on Long Island and finally Starland Ballroom in New Jersey. The Pre-sale code and Ticket links are at the link below. Direct support on the shows will come from Currents, Rivers of Nihil, Varials, and Entheos. Lorna Shore has had a huge year touring the globe, are currently in Europe, and have completed several tours with Gojira and Mastodon!

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CONCERT REVIEW: Unearth – Revocation – Entheos – High Command at Saint Vitus Bar


Unearth and Revocation kicked off their co-headlining tour at Saint Vitus on Friday. The fate of the night appeared uncertain as earlier that day severe flooding shut down subway lines and landed parts of the city knee-deep in water. Although the show was technically sold out, Vitus was, dare I say, comfortable. It felt like a more exclusive and intimate experience than the usual ATM vestibule loitering.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Entheos – Time Will Take Us All


It seems to be an increasingly common event in today’s turbulent music scene that bands see departures in their ranks; whether this subsequently derails the band completely or becomes a benefit. For Entheos, it is firmly a case of the latter. Stripping to a two-piece consisting of vocalist Chaney Crabb and multi-instrumentalist Navene Koperweis, the pair have been able to write with less compromise and more focus on their own vision. The result of which, Time Will Take Us All (Metal Blade), certainly feels like fine-tuned creative pairing is a strong step up.

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Whitechapel to Perform “The Valley” Full-Length in Its Entirety on Their Upcoming Tour



Whitechapel will embark on a US headlining tour this Spring where the band will perform their 2019 full-length, The Valley (Metal Blade) in its entirety! Read our review here. The special month-long trek begins on April 14th in Atlanta, Georgia, and runs through May 13th in Nashville, Tennessee. Support will be provided by Archspire, Signs Of The Swarm, and labelmates, Entheos. Get tickets at the link below.

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